- Belgrade, Serbia
- Urban complex
- Stanislav Fiala, FIALA + NĚMEC
"Stan Fiala always keeps coming up with things and trying to create something captivating, not just the regular conventional stuff. He has a thorough knowledge of the technical solutions, he is the kind of architect who never neglects any detail, he takes the pains of drawing every single bolt, to put it simple – at the price that it may get complicated sometimes. He has the constant urge to create something new, instead of getting stuck in some standard. Nothing is ever a routine with Stan, and what’s specific for SEBRE is, that it appreciates these values so much that they realize all their buildings with him. Marina Drocol is a project of a great potential which I believe will be materialized in full."
/ Jiří Václavů, Chief designer of the project
76,000 sqm of estimated gross project ground area
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Marina Dorcol is an urban project on the banks of the Danube river within a walking distance from the centre of Belgrade.
It spreads over 4.15 hectares of land adjacent to a former coal power plant from the 1930s, which the city of Belgrade intends to convert into a museum of Nikola Tesla.
The project will include renovating the current marina, creating a park along the former railroad track, and the construction of residential blocks with busy ground-level sections which will provide all civic facilities and which will be connected to the river banks.